Know Thyself

The Game of Temperaments

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Discover the secret building blocks of your personality with this fun and enlightening game that reveals players’ temperaments – the personal qualities that make them who they are!

We are all born with distinct personality traits. Some love going to parties, while others seek solitude. Some are naturally brash and assertive, while others are content to just get along.

We don't pick and choose these character features; they're just part of the way we're made.

Ancient philosophers identified four basic temperaments that wise thinkers through the ages have used to understand human nature.

Now comes Know Thyself! The Game of Temperaments – the first game to help you identify, understand, and appreciate your own temperament, and those of your friends and family.

Take charge or follow the lead? Jump in feet first or analyze and contemplate? Introvert or extrovert? Focused or distractible?

All of these traits point to the temperament you were born with. Which one is yours, and how much of the others do you have?

Game Details:

  • Age: 12+
  • Players: 4+
  • Time: 20 minutes
  • Pages: 0
  • Format(s): Game
  • ISBN: 860002552743
  • Product Code: u2743
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Publication Date: April 26, 2022
  • Categories: By title, New Releases, Games
The game is nice overall, but there was a card that said "Sleepy Joe Biden." I don't see why they had to put that in there, it offended someone at my party and I had to remove that card. It's unnecessary.
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Super Fun!
Perfect game for friends & family! Lots of laughs.
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